Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 20.djvu/726

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AGREEMENT-—-CAN ADA. 001*. 22, 26, 1877. 701 Additional article of agreement between the Post-Office Department of the Oct. 22, 26,.1877. United States of America and the Dominion of Canada. —‘_—·—··· SOLE Anrronn. To facilitate the cxchan ge of money-orders between the United Sta tes Exclmvge ¤wncy— and the Dominion of Canada, it is agreed that all moneyorders mailed °’d°" ”*“‘l»f’°°- at the exchange offices in the United States and addressed to payees in the Dominion of Canada, shall betransmissible in the mails between the two countries free of postage. This article shall take effect immediately, and shall have equal dura- Commencement tion with the postal arrangement now in force between the United States Md d¤F=¤¤i0¤· and the Dominion of Canada. Done in duplicate and signed at Washington the twenty-sixth day of Signatures- October, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven, and atOtta.wa _ the twenty-second day of October, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven. [sm;.] D. M. KEY, Postmaster- General of the United States. [stm.,] L. S. HUNTINGTON, Postmaster General of the Dominion of Canada. I hereby approve the aforegoing additional article, and in testimony Approval, thereof I have caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. [SEAL.] R. B. HAYES. By the President: WM. M. Evenrs, Secretary of State. Wasnmocron, October 26, 1877.